Curzon is known as a place to discover other worlds and cultures, or see a different perspective. It’s also a place where the drinks and conversation flow in equal measure, where cinema becomes a memorable experience for a broad range of people.
Then again, Curzon has been in the cinema industry since 1934 and has made it its business to bring films to audiences curious about the world. Curzon has thirteen venues across the UK and they are designed and furnished individually as well as being equipped with superior cinema technology.
The BFI award Lottery funding to film production, distribution, education, audience development and market intelligence and research.
RTS Members can receive two-for-one ticket offers or the BFI Member rate on forthcoming Film & TV seasons as well as occasional invites to special screenings.
Members can benefit from access to a state-of-the-art gym, which also includes dedicated spin and boxing studios.
The Club & Spa offers over 50 classes per week ranging from yoga all the way through to body and core attack.
For a more laid-back experience, membership also includes access to the pool, sauna and steam room area. The spa offers a range of traditional treatments including, but not limited to, hot stone, facials, manicure/pedicure and full body massages.
After she left the BBC she co-founded BAD WOLF, a global drama production company based in Cardiff that grew out of a long term collaboration with the creative community of Wales.
The RTS Cymru Awards evening will be held on 6th February at the University of South Wales ATRiuM in Cardiff, and will include both the new industry awards and the student television awards.
The judging panel for both the Industry Awards and the Student Awards was made up of senior professionals from the main broadcasters, the independent television production sector, and from the higher and further education sectors:
Series 11 of Doctor Who debuts in October and has once again been made in Wales. RTS Wales are delighted to be in conversation with one of the key players in its production and the man who oversees the show for BBC Studios.